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Physical activity | Cervical cancer | Mood | Rare conditions | Heart disease

Physical activity | Cervical cancer | Mood | Rare conditions | Heart disease

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Thursday, January 17, 2019


How Much Physical Activity Is Enough?

A father and mother watching their two sons play outdoor ice hockey.

Check out the new advice about how much physical activity is enough to help you improve your health and feel better. (From NIH News in Health)

Prevent Cancer of the Cervix

A closeup of a hand in a medical glove holding a vaccine that says "HPV vaccination".

Nearly all cases of cervical cancer are caused by HPV. The good news is that the HPV vaccine can help prevent this cancer. (From NIH’s NCI)

Boost Your Mood

A smiling senior woman drinking coffee and playing cards with a friend.

Daily habits that affect your ability to manage stress—like diet, exercise, or sleep—play an important role in how you feel. (From NIH News in Health)

Tips for the Undiagnosed  

A patient discussing her health condition with a doctor.

It can be hard to get a diagnosis when you have a rare disease. Taking part in a medical research study may help you learn more about your condition. (From NIH’s NCATS)

Red Meat and Heart Disease  

A woman's hands holding packaged red meat in a supermarket.

Findings from a recent study suggest that consuming a diet high in red meat protein raises the level of a substance linked to heart disease. (From NIH Research Matters)

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